Silver Creek Dragons

SELLERSBURG — Silver Creek capped off another unbeaten Mid-Southern Conference campaign with an 8-1 victory over visiting Brownstown Central on Monday night. 

The win made the Dragons' senior class 36-0 all-time in MSC games. 

Holden Groher led the way to the win. The sophomore picked up the victory on the mound and also helped himself at the plate, going 3-for-4 with two home runs. Tyler Kapust and Dominic Decker added a pair of hits while Colin Kapust doubled for the Dragons, who are ranked ninth in Class 3A in the Indiana High School Baseball Coaches Association polls released Monday.  

Silver Creek (18-5) plays at 4A No. 9 New Albany at 5 p.m. today.


FLOYDS KNOBS — Heritage Hills pitcher Mark Doyle held Floyd Central to two hits and the visiting Patriots plated one unearned run in the sixth inning to edge the Highlanders 1-0 Monday night. 

Doyle, who entered the game with a 1.07 earned-run average, walked one and struck out seven in his complete-game shutout. He dueled Floyd starter Max Meyer for six innings. Meyer yielded the lone run on three hits while walking one and striking out six. Adam Spalding pitched a perfect seventh for the Highlanders. 

Floyd Central (11-12) is back in action at North Harrison at 6 p.m. today. 



Heritage Hills     000 001 0 — 1 3 0

Floyd Central     000 000 0 — 0 2 0 

     W — Mark Doyle (4-1). L — Max Meyer. 2B — Cole Neighbors (HH), Joe Harrington (FC). 

     Records: Heritage Hills 18-5, Floyd Central 11-12. 



CLARKSVILLE — Providence sent its seniors home with a 15-6 Senior Night win over South Central on Monday. 

The Pioneers (14-3), who have won seven straight, host Austin at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday. There will be a brief ceremony on the field before the game to honor long-time Providence head coach Scott Hornung, who will retire at the end of the season. There will also be a meet-and-greet reception in the school immediately after the game.


HENRYVILLE — Aided by some Henryville miscues, Seymour handed the host Hornets a 6-3 loss Monday afternoon. 

Henryville scored single runs in the first, third and fifth frames and had seven hits, but the Hornets were plagued by five errors. 

Cole Pirrmann absorbed the loss on the mound, while Kade Badger and Ian Stumpf had two hits apiece to lead Henryville at the plate. 

"It was a disappointing loss for us," Hornets coach Jeff Schroeder said. "Pirrmann pitched well enough to win, but we surrendered four unearned runs, which is uncharacteristic of the way that we have played this year. We had opportunities to get runs across, but we didn’t get the job done at the plate. Overall, we left nine runners on base."



Seymour      100 210 2 — 6 8 3

Henryville     101 010 0 — 3 7 5

     W — Jayden Brown. L — Cole Pirrmann (6-3) S — R.J. Kleber. 2B — Kade Badger (H), Brayden Wilson (S), Ezra Barr (H). HR — Braden Christopher (S).

     Records: Seymour 12-8, Henryville 12-9.



SALEM — A six-run fourth inning broke open a tie game and propelled host Salem to an 11-4 win over Charlestown in a Mid-Southern Conference game Monday afternoon. 

The game was back-and-forth early as the Lions tallied three runs in the second before the Pirates responded with a trio of their own in the top of the third. Salem retook the lead with one in the bottom of the inning before Charlestown tied it up again in the top of the fourth. The Lions, however, took command in the bottom of the inning. 

Salem (10-9, 4-5) outhit the Pirates 9-5. Brendan Brainard led Charlestown at the plate with two RBIs. 

The Pirates (14-10, 6-3) host Seymour at 6 p.m. tonight. 



Charlestown     003 100 0 —  4  5 4

Salem                031 610 X — 11 9 5

     W — Keltner (2-1). L — Jacob Glover (3-2). 2B — Howard (S). HR — Pepmeier (S).

     Records: Charlestown 14-10, 6-3 MSC; Salem 10-9, 4-5.